aquaculture krills Equipment

  • Krill for Aquaculture

    Krill has a low content of ash making ideal for fresh water feeds. It is lower in content of phosphorus than other marine based meals such as shrimp or fish meal. Its calcium/phosphorus ratio is near to 1,5:1 which favors the absorption of both minerals, and it is significantly lower compared to fish or crustacean meals (3 or 4:1).

    By Krill Canada Corp based in Langley, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).

  • Krill as Nutraceuticals

    Krill has a low content of ash making ideal for fresh water feeds. It is lower in content of phosphorus than other marine based meals such as shrimp or fish meal. Its calcium/phosphorus ratio is near to 1,5:1 which favors the absorption of both minerals, and it is significantly lower compared to fish or crustacean meals (3 or 4:1). Krill is also a ...

    By Krill Canada Corp based in Langley, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).

  • Krill as Bait Attractant

    Both fish and crustaceans live in an immersed aquatic environment, where their chemioperceptive system receives permanent stimulation by solubles compounds. These substances are usually of low molecular weight, non-volatile and most of them contain nitrogen (aminoacids, nucleotides, etc.). These compounds stimulate the chemioperception of the ...

    By Krill Canada Corp based in Langley, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).

  • Qrill Aqua Antarctic Krill Meal

    QRILL™ Antarctic krill meal is a very strong feed attractant in aquaculture diets! The lipids in QRILL™ Antarctic krill meal are approximately 45% phospholipids, rich in the omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA. QRILL™ Antarctic krill meal is a good source of the natural antioxidant astaxanthin and has a minimum of 56% protein. The ...

    By Aker BioMarine AS based in Lysaker, NORWAY.

  • Astaxanthin Oil

    Clear and dark red coloured oil. Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) contains high levels of natural Astaxanthin.

    By Aker BioMarine AS based in Lysaker, NORWAY.

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